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Measurement Technician

Company: SPL, Inc.
Location: Artesia
Posted on: August 4, 2022

Job Description:

SPL is growing and we are looking for more great employees like you! SPL is a globally recognized industry leader in flow assurance, hydrocarbon measurement, characterization, and production analytics. We specialize in third-party services for operators across the hydrocarbon value chain. More than 90 percent of the world s majors and 85 percent of America s leading independent operators have used SPL as a trusted partner. The company combines ISO-certified labs in key basins throughout North America, verifiable test methods, and world-renowned scientists with patented software and digital workflows to bring more confidence and insights to our customers data. We specialize in multiple areas of the value chain:

  • Field employees work to calibrate equipment, program and automate systems, and perform instrumentation and equipment work on client sites.
  • Lab employees take samples that have been collected in the field and run a multitude of tests for environmental factors and quality of the product. We also have a blending lab that works to create the chemicals that other companies use to calibrate their analytical equipment.
  • The Production Analytics team audits existing field structures and design, balances our client s entire systems, and allocates royalties to maximize profits. SPL is expanding our footprint internationally in the production, midstream, finished products, and environmental markets. We are also focused on developing industry-leading automation and data analytics tools that will help our customers ensure the integrity of their data. Position Summary The Measurement Technician must be team oriented, proactive, and goal driven. This position is responsible for installation, maintenance, and calibration of gas and/or liquid meters and associated mechanical and/or electronic systems with supervision. Essential Responsibilities
    • Install, maintain and calibrate gas and/or liquid meters and associated mechanical and/or electronic systems;
    • Witness gas meter calibrations and liquid meter proving;
    • Obtain gas and liquid samples, both spot and composite, and transport hazardous and/or nonhazardous materials;
    • Perform job duties onshore and/or offshore, utilizing a company vehicle and/or transportation by helicopter, boat, seaplane, etc.;
    • Out of town stay and/or offshore stay is sometimes required;
    • Maintain work schedule with customers and SPL. If any changes are made to the schedule, notification to the customer and the appropriate SPL office is required;
    • On non-scheduled days, the Measurement Technician will perform assignments at the office;
    • Must be able to work a flexible work schedule, i.e., eight (8) to sixteen (16) hours depending on job service requirements and customer needs;
    • May be required to be part of the "On Call" program on a rotating schedule. These hours can be extended into weekends and/or holidays;
    • Maintain and account for assigned SPL property. This includes tools, company vehicle, cell phone, laptop, calibration equipment, and parts;
    • Properly prepare all necessary paperwork and documentation of service performed on a timely basis and submit same to appropriate SPL office personnel for processing;
    • Other duties as assigned. Qualifications
      • High school diploma or GED;
      • Work experience is desired. Technician level may be influenced by relevant experience;
      • Electronics and/or mechanical experience/knowledge/skills is preferred;
      • Effective communication skills are required. Physical Demands and Work Environment
        • May be required to obtain DOT Medical Card;
        • Must be able to carry equipment (not to exceed 50 pounds) up and down steps. At times, multiple trips of this nature (due to more than 50 pounds of equipment) may be required;
        • Must be able to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as gloves, goggles, safety glasses, FRC s, hard hats, safety toe work boots, ear plugs/muffs and respiratory protection;
        • Must be able to lift and carry 50 pounds;
        • Must be able to pull up to 50 pounds;
        • Working extended hours and varying shifts is often required;
        • May be exposed to hazardous noise levels at work sites on an occasional basis;
        • May be exposed to hot/cold/inclement weather conditions;
        • May be required to work in tight quarters;
        • May be required to work at elevated heights;
        • Must be able to stand and sit for various lengths of time;
        • Must be able to crouch, stoop and kneel for various lengths of time.

Keywords: SPL, Inc., Midland , Measurement Technician, Engineering , Artesia, Texas

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